This article reviews PediCalc, a decent one-touch pediatric drug dosage calculator that allows customization of medications and dosages.
by Tim Bredrup Video Guidance, a visual communications company, is helping Hazelden, a private, nonprofit alcohol and drug addiction treatment center, visually connect therapists to patients after they have completed their residential program. The application is called Telehealth and connects patients with the tools, support, and fellowship needed to build new lives in recovery from […]
GymPact wants to incentivize your exercise using serious financial rewards, both positive and negative, to force compliance with workout regimen.
The AMA released a free app called Weigh What Matters that encourages users and their physicians to establish goals for a healthy lifestyle.
Review of the MediMath Medical Calculator App by Evan Schoenberg, MD, for the iPhone/iPod Touch
Abstracts and speaker proposals for the Medicine 2.0 Conference in Boston are due on March 7, 2012. This will be the 5th World Congress on Social Media, Mobile Apps and Internet/Web 2.0 in Medicine and Public Health sponsored by the Journal for Medical Internet Research.
iMedicalApps exclusive of the Endoscync wireless video transmitter that can send endoscopy images to an iPad for viewing
Profiling the numerous health innovation challenges that have been announced in the past few weeks.
Review over Lippincott’s Illustrated Review of Neuroscience for the Inkling platform.
The mobile phone of choice for US officials appears to be Google Android phones, according to a recent report in CNN. The phones that will be dispersed to numerous federal agencies as well as government contractors. The smartphones are first being deployed for use by U.S. soldiers. Later on, some federal agencies are expected to […]
NASA has been developing a smartphone peripheral, or lab on a chip, with 32 nanosensor bars that are capable of “smelling” just about anything.
by Tim Bredrup Proteus Biomedical Inc., a pioneer in digital health, recently announced that the United States Patent Office will award US Patent Number 8114021 to Proteus. The patent, entitled “Body Associated Receiver and Method,” is directed to the Proteus wearable and ingestible sensor technologies and related sensor devices used to create digital communication networks […]